How do I convert assembly to Creo in SolidWorks?

Can you convert SolidWorks to Creo?

To export a SOLIDWORKS document as a Pro/ENGINEER or Creo Parametric file: Click File > Save As. Set Save as type to: ProE/Creo Part (*.

Can I open a SolidWorks file in Creo?

You can import SolidWorks part and assembly models and export Creo parts and assemblies to SolidWorks. … You must explicitly select the Import option on the File Open dialog box to import SolidWorks parts and assemblies just as you import models of other non-native file formats.

How do I import a Creo file into SolidWorks?

To import a Pro/ENGINEER or Creo Parametric assembly file into SOLIDWORKS:

  1. Click Open (Standard toolbar) or File > Open.
  2. In the dialog box, set Files of type to ProE/Creo Assembly (*. …
  3. Browse to a file, and click Open.
  4. In the Pro/E & Creo to SOLIDWORKS Converter dialog box, set these options: …
  5. Click Import.

How do you convert Sldprt to step?

How to convert a SLDPRT file to STEP

  1. open your file with solidworks and save as STEP AP214.
  2. open autcad. 1-change 3d modeling. 2-clik insert. 3-click import.
  3. 1-choose step. 2-cick open.
  4. waiting for import file.
  5. 1-click view. 2- choose SW isometric.
  6. change 2d wireframe to Realistic.

How do I merge two bodies in a SOLIDWORKS assembly?

To add bodies together:

  1. Click Combine. (Features toolbar) or Insert > Features > Combine.
  2. In the PropertyManager, under Operation Type, select Add.
  3. For Bodies to Combine, select the bodies to combine. You can select bodies in the graphics area or the Solid Bodies. …
  4. Click Show Preview to preview the feature.
  5. Click .
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What is the latest version of Creo?

PTC Creo

Version Release date
Creo 4.0 15 December 2016
Creo 5.0 19 March 2018
Creo 6.0 19 March 2019
Creo 7.0 14 April 2020

How do I edit a constraint in Creo Assembly?

if you want to modify a constraint of assembled component, then you can:

  1. select the component in Model Tree.
  2. press RMB and click Edit Definition command.
  3. in Component Placement tab > activate Placement sub-tab.
  4. now you can see all constraints and you can change references.
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